If you had to name the one thing the Big Island is most famous for, it would undoubtedly be Kilauea Volcano. Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park is the most fascinating place you may ever visit.
Fully experience the geological wonders of Volcanoes National Park with a full day exploring lava tubes, steaming vents, cinder cones, past lava flows, and much more. Cap it off with observing glowing lava in the active Halemaumau Crater at twilight! With only 12 passengers max and highly knowledgeable local guides, this hands-on tour will teach you about the fascinating role of volcanoes in the Hawaiian Islands.
Deli lunch (Kona/Waikoloa pick-ups only), picnic dinner, and snacks & drinks all day are included, as well as the $25 National Park entrance fee and a variety of gear as needed (binoculars, walking sticks, flashlights, day packs, warm wear, and rain ponchos). Pick-ups are available from Hilo, Waikoloa, and Kona, saving you from driving the 4+ hours round-trip including a return in the dark. Hilo passengers are also treated on the way to the Park to Rainbow Falls and a walk through a private lava tube.